Wednesday, June 11, 2008

His Number Really Did Tell Us How Many Games He Would Play


BEREA - So apparently you can come home again, as long as the coming home involves a torn patella tendon and two years on a "physically unable to perform list." According to the PD, Bentley will be making a comeback, but for a team not named the Cleveland Browns. His agent explained the decision to head elsewhere.

"Through no fault of the Browns at all, they didn't know if LeCharles was going to come back or not and they moved on with their plans.

"But this is not the same team LeCharles signed with. They have commitments to other players. LeCharles is not ready to be an insurance policy at this point.''

We're to the point now where LeCharles Bentley is considered an "insurance policy?" A guy that couldn't make it through one training camp snap in two calendar years was our big backup plan? That's like some guy needing a heart transplant and settling for a vet school resident.

And yes Jonathan Feinsod (Bentley's agent), the Browns did move on. Isn't that standard protocol at this point? Don't you think the Batman franchise is going in another direction, or do you think they're waiting for Heath Ledger to make his triumphant return (although probably a better chance than CursedCleveland.com making a legitimate return to terrestrial internet).

6 comments:

Chad Frazier said...

The only one happy about Bentley's brief stint with the Browns is Bill Wright, seeing as how Bentley is the only athlete in an organized sport that actually saw less gametime than Wright.

Anonymous said...

I loved Heath Ledger is Brokeback Mountain. I heard that's a true story about the WG basketball team in 2000.

Tim Barnes said...

Lost my phone.....NEED NUMBERS!....Shoot me a line so i can get back in the game.....Must be "over 18" Don't want to go down that road again.....

Gonzo said...

LaCharles was cursed for not signing with the Eagles 2 years ago.

clown said...

He has at least 14 pleats on his pants.

Anonymous said...

Cowherd's right, the Browns are overrated this season.

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